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Grade

(1) A designated ground level. (2) To change the contours of land.

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Al Bateen Academy had a record year for I/GCSE exam results, with 90 per cent of its students achieving 9-5 grades in subjects including English and Maths.
The CSB also reviewed the promotion cases of two officers of Ministry of Postal Services, four officers of Ministry of Housing and Works, three officers of Ministry of Interior, two officers of Ministry of Narcotics control, three officers of Ministry of National Food Security and Research, five officers of Ministry of National Health Services, Regulation and Coordination for the promotion in next grades.
Sughrue et al., in 2010 reported no significant difference in RPFS for Simpson grade I, II, III and IV.
56% of students achieved a grade 5 or above in both subjects.
According to the notification issued from the Assembly Secretariat, Additional Secretary, Ghulam Sarwar Grade -19 has been promoted to Grade-20, Additional Secretary, Amjad Ali Grade 19 has been promoted to Grade-20, Deputy Secretary, Syed Mohammad Mahir Grade-18 has been promoted to Grade-19, Assistant Secretary Abdul Majeed Grade-17 to Grade-18, Assistant Secretary Abdul Wahab Grade 17 to Grade-18 and Grade-16, Pictorial Publicity Officer, Mohammad Tariq has beenAa[euro]s promoted to Grade-17.
CARMARTHENSHIRE: A total of 7.3% of pupils were awarded the highest possible grade of A*, with 20.9% obtaining the highest two grades, A* and A.
This study examined the relationship between urban student perceptions of the school climate, parent attitudes, education and self, at 10th and 12th grade, and the influence of race and gender on these perceptual relations.
SWIETLIK: Higher value grades require improvements in both the fiber mix and the forming philosophy.
Gwynedd 99.3% of pupils gained grades A* - G; 66.1% grades A* - C; 19.2% grades A*/A.
The need for an increased amount of recovered fiber is forcing more mills to build systems that allow them to take in a wider range of grades, including mixed paper.
Research has supported the premise that one element in faculty evaluations is grades expected or obtained by students (Snyder & Clair, 1976).